The hashtag “leadership” is trending on Twitter, and the advice being put out there is pretty solid. Some things you may have heard of; others, I think, are enlightening.
Whether you’re a leader already, working on becoming one, or interested in honing your skills and improving, these leadership quotes, sayings, and memes are sure to help.
The Best Leadership Quotes On Twitter
One of the best qualities of a leader is to make sure that everyone has a voice. Each member of a team has a unique perspective to share and can add value. Listening to everyone and getting their input can make all the difference on your team and in your business.
As I engage with the coaching & mentoring module @pdsl I’m becoming increasingly aware of the importance of listening.#PDSL #leadership @jemjemlynch @niamhickey @patriciamannixm. pic.twitter.com/JAf5640BGc— Ruth Gaffney (@RuthGaffney12) February 1, 2023
Who are you behind closed doors? Do you keep your word, or do you become a different person? Integrity matters.
Part of being a good leader is to take in all the information you’re given and make a sound decision from that information. However, how you process information is, in part, learned. @UKCoachleader breaks down the mistakes we tend to make in this tweet.
The path to success is not an easy one. Leaders must lead by example.
Leaders must also learn to delegate. You can’t do everything on your own. Instead, it’s important to surround yourself with the right types of people and the right team. Inspire them to work and trust that they will follow through!
The best ideas come from staff members who are given creative freedom.
Leadership Law #12: The Law Empowerment— Get 1% Better Daily (@1pctbetterdaily) February 3, 2023
A leader must give power away to be truly powerful. – John C. Maxwell #1pctbetterdaily #JohnCMaxwell #leadership #powerful #Empowerment #startups #inspiration pic.twitter.com/eyl1NqC0hs
As a leader, you also have a duty to yourself. It’s important to take a step back sometimes and see the forest for the trees. Doing so can help not only clear your mind of everything you deal with but also open it up to new ideas and possibilities.
If you’re looking for ways to show appreciation for your staff and communicate it, then this tweet by @lollydaskal has some excellent, useful ideas.
As always, take everything you read online within context. Leadership has as much to do with business and management concepts as it has to do with personality and personal style. Be the best leader you can be, take care of yourself, and read a funny meme or two to keep it interesting!